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Profanity - Wikipedia


Profanity is socially offensive language, which may also be called bad language, strong language, coarse language, foul language, bad words, vulgar language, ...

Is Cursing Bad? | Young People Ask - jw.org


Cursing, swearing, or profanity isn't just about words. Your speech reveals who you are and affects how others view you. What kind of person do you want to be?

Cuss Control: So What's Wrong With Swearing


It's a sign of a bad attitude. It discloses a lack of character. It's immature. It reflects ignorance. It sets a bad example. Swearing is Bad for Society It contributes to ...

The Trouble with Cussing Christians | Christianity Today


Apr 15, 2013 ... Recently, rushing late to my son's orthodontic appointment, I missed a critical left turn. Much to my surprise, I exhaled a "bad" word by our ...

Is cursing good or bad for you? - CBS News


Nov 18, 2016 ... LOS ANGELES -- Is cursing bad or good for you? One California professor who's investigated the science behind swearing has released a new ...

Why Swearing is a Bad Habit - Swearing Affects Your Mental Health


Jan 23, 2013 ... Monica Corcoran Harel loved to let loose with a bawdy curse, but then she discovered science that suggests swearing is more than just a bad ...

Bad Words: People Who Curse And Swear May Actually Have ...


Jan 11, 2016 ... Study finds students who swear a lot don't have a poor vocabulary.

5 Ways to Talk to Your Kids About Swearing -- and Why | Common ...


I never tend to use bad words, not even little swears, like "cr*p" or "freakin''. reply Flag ... Maybe some of your kids' friends think cursing makes you cool, but the ...

What's Wrong with Profanity? < Spiritual Life | CBN.com


CBN.com – I will forever have an image of my mother staring me down with soap in her hand, warning me. Mom taught us not to cuss. To this day, she cringes at ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Why Is Cursing Bad?&v=Dd7dQh8u4Hc
Nov 28, 2013 ... "Bad" etymology: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?t... "Grawlixes": ... Swearing history: http://www.salon.com/2013/05/11/the_m.